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Students follow a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum which will prepare them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.

The curriculum enables students to:

- Develop their knowledge, skills and understanding
- Appreciate human achievement
- Gain understanding of social, economic and political issues 
- Be aware of the spiritual and aesthetic dimensions of life 
- Develop attitudes, values and beliefs that are reasoned and acceptable within society 
- Develop a willingness to learn and apply themselves to study 
- Develop a sense of self-respect 
- Develop independence of learning fostering the skills and attributes for life long learning
- Be aware of, and engaged with, local, national and international communities 
- Be aware of their own health and safety and to appreciate the benefits and risks of the choices they make 
- To acknowledge, promote and pass on the core knowledge and skills valued by society to the next generation 
- Prepare for life in Modern Britain. The Curriculum promotes the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and those without faiths

We are committed to giving students opportunities to achieve and experience success; to establish sound, constructive relationships; to develop a sense of responsibility for their actions and to share a concern for their own environment and for the world as a whole.